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(Old Testament) son of David and king of Israel noted for his wisdom (10th century BC)

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En la actualidad el Sidur mas difundido en Colombia es el Bircat Shelomo, de tradicion sefardi, el cual es de origen sirio y de tendencia cabalistica.
A spectacular find brought to light by Shelomo Dov Goitein (d.
Her poetry is spun directly and powerfully out of that often-esoteric world, as well as out of the literary heritage of Jewish Spain: she speaks of a particular affinity for the poet Shelomo Ibn Gabirol, that tormented master and one of the four or five major poets of the Hebrew Golden Age.
59), in which Maimon, who still called himself Shelomo ben Ye-hoshua, develops his concept of perfection in a medieval manner.
Alberto Levy, "Istoria de la Ermandad Sefaradit de Amerika, 1915-1921," El Ermanado 1 [marked as volume 5] (1922): 1-3; Rafael Shelomo Hasson, "Ayer i oy: la istoria dela Ermandad Sefaradit de Amerika, Ink.
Arguably, this dates back as far as 1966, when scholars such as Shelomo Dov Goitein were arguing that the fundamental tenets of civil society--such as civic movements, solidarities, groups and institutions--were not only evident in the Islamic Middle East but remained a critical force for change across the region.
So I said, "moreinu ve-rabbeinu, rabi shelomo yitshaki, come.
Rashi is an acronym from the initials of Rabbi Shelomo Yitzhaki.
67] Publishing a commentary, around 1490, on the Song of Songs, entitled Heshek shelomo, or "Solomon's Desire," Alemanno traces the operations of Love as music and of music as a superior song, which the lover craves, or to quote Alemanno:
See Noah Rosenblum, Tradition in an Age of Reform: The Religious Philosophy of Samson Raphael Hirsch (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1976); Shelomo Danziger, "Rediscovering the Hirschian Legacy," Jewish Action 56.
A su vez la parte acusadora, representada por un tal Shelomo Golan, indico que el poeta habia aprovechado su condicion de poeta para escribir loas a la violencia que puede causar la muerte de personas.
A survey of the Hebrew translations in the Toledo of the first half of the thirteenth century leaves little doubt that the most prominent figure is Judah ben Shelomo Ha-Cohen (born about 1215).
Joseph Shelomo del Medigo, Mazref le-Hokhmah, written in 1625 and the other is R.
The Collected Essays of Rabbi Shelomo Bekhor Hutsin, by Lev Hakak.
Shelomo Zalman Auerbach is quoted there as saying there is no reason for either the women to omit the zimmun or for the one or two men not to respond to them, Kaufman gives the impression that this is not proper.